The Beverly Hills Unified School District has an acclaimed commitment to providing rigorous and innovative educational opportunities through collaborative community partnerships for our students.  As part of carrying out our responsibility to nurture every student to become an inspired learner, a well-rounded individual, and contributing member of a global community, Beverly Hills Unified School District is committed to making sure that all students have authentic and real-world learning opportunities.


The Beverly Hills Unified School District consists of four K-8 elementary schools, one 9-12 high school and a K-12 enrollment of 4100. The district for decades has been recognized both nationally and statewide as a leader in education. Students have consistently scored far above national and state averages on standardized achievement tests. Each elementary school consists of a primary school (K-3), an intermediate school (4-5), and a middle school (6-8). Beverly Hills High School is organized around three houses, each one headed by an assistant principal who is assisted by two counselors and overseen by the Principal.  Many residents historically have been attracted to Beverly Hills because of their high regard for the school district’s educational program. Due to the strong cultural, artistic and educational backgrounds our parents and community expect an outstanding instructional program and are committed to excellence in education.


To this end, students in Beverly Hills Unified School District actively participate in a world-class education that enhances their quality of life while maximizing the attributes of future ready students.



Dr. Michael Bregy

Superintendent of Schools